Posted on: 19th June, 2019 by Oar Sport
To see which model SpeedCoach you have (model one or model two), turn it around and look at the back. The SpeedCoach GPS 2 will say "model 2" on the left side above the letters "FC"; the SpeedCoach GPS 1 will not.
To see if your SpeedCoach GPS 2 has the Training Pack software, press the on/off button on the far left and look at the welcome screen. It will say:
SpeedCoach GPS LiNK
Model: 2 (another way to tell which model you have)
Version: (your firmware version, the latest is 2.21). And then...
Options: Training Pack
The SpeedCoach should be on now. Press the return button on the far right to get to the main menu.
"WORKOUTS" should be the second item on the menu. Press the return button again to select it.
You'll have the option to:
All of these can be adjusted.
To set up a distance-based workout:
Time-based workouts can be set up in the same way:
If you press "Return" again, you will be given the option to run the workout. If you would not like to run the workout, press the "Back" button (far left).
Interval workouts can be adjusted the same way as single-distance and single-time workouts:
The SpeedCoach GPS 2 with Training Pack comes pre-programmed with six basic workouts. Any of them can be changed:
For example, if you would like to set up a workout with varying amounts of time, such as a 4-3-2-1 minute set with 30 seconds of rest in-between, you would:
The seconds section of the time will automatically change to "15" when the minutes section reaches "0."
NOTE: If you want to set the "Rest" period to "0," essentially making it so that one "Work" interval goes directly into the next "Work" interval, highlight the row of the "Rest" period you want to eliminate, press "Return" to highlight just the "Time" / "Distance" section and press the "Up" button or "Down" button until you reach "None," then press the "Return button again.
Continue until all the "Work" rows and the "Rest" rows have been programmed, then select the number of sets you want to run and the amount of rest between sets.
Press the "Back" button to run the workout. The label for the workout will still be what it was before you changed it, but if you go back to a different screen, the new workout will populate that header automatically.
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